chandra levy

Former California Congressman Gary Condit is speaking out publicly for the first time in 15 years about the case that rocked
In 2001, a murder mystery tore through the headlines and rocked Capitol Hill. Chandra Levy, a young  intern for the Federal
The death of the 24-year-old rocked Washington D.C., and contributed to the fall of a congressman.
What's interesting about this decision, however, isn't just the re-opening of one of the most widely covered criminal cases of the past 50 years--it's the opportunity to cast light on how the prosecution's conduct deprived Mr. Guandique of his constitutional rights.
“Unless there is something else to be said, I would grant the motion for a new trial,” Fisher said in a Thursday hearing
It has been a media field day and a frenzy of opinions and accusations about cheating that have largely narrowed down to focus on one individual, New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady.
Related On HuffPost: Washington intern Chandra Levy disappeared in May 2001, launching an investigation that gripped the
I've toyed with the idea, based on covering many "sensational" criminal cases for various publications, that strong and protracted media scrutiny should mean that justice is better served. But I'm afraid that's wishful thinking.
“In light of the total secrecy, news organizations ... that have attempted to report on these developments have been left
"To this day, people come up to me all the time ... and say, 'Are you sure that Gary Condit didn't have anything to do with
The guilty verdict and 60 year sentence to Chandra Levy's killer this month brought a measure of closure and justice not only to Levys family and former representative Gary Condit, but also local journalism in the nation's capitol.
She later said that her emotions about the death of her daughter still ran high. "She looked him in the eye, and she said
In an astonishing three-way tie, we decided to give Most Boring to three out of four of the incoming party leaders in Congress
In a law office in an upscale section of Los Angeles, an unfinished yet potentially explosive book manuscript by a controversial
In 2001, when 24 year-old Chandra Levy disappeared from her home in Washington, D.C., the media went into a frenzy about
A suspect finally was arrested in the Chandra Levy murder - and it wasn't Gary Condit. But don't look for any expressions
What depresses me about Law & Order is not that they expeditiously solve crimes every week through meticulous sleuthing. It's that real law enforcement, crime labs, and investigatory agencies virtually never get things right.